The dangers of grooming
Mornings at my house are a little like watching a B-rated horror
movie. The star is a mostly blind, balance-challenged half-wit who
stumbles dangerously through her first hour fighting kitchen appliances,
hot, electrical instruments in her hair, and sharp objects repeatedly
pointed at her eyes. The mystery of the script is not if she will
seriously hurt herself, but when.
Cosmetic and grooming safety is generally thought of as a discussion
of product ingredients, but they only tell part of the story. Here
are some goofy, but common casualties we encounter in our grooming
Just a lift, thanks
Even though I have still not figured out what direction my life is going in, I looked in the mirror the other day and realized that my body had made up its mind and was headed south. Not all of us want larger breasts, we just want the ones we have to return to their previous latitude. LookinGood explains what a mastopexy is - a lift without implants. [more]
Rosacea, no blush on this bloom
For starters, no one know what causes it, and it takes many forms. Some people can never eat spicy foods again. Other eat what they want, but they can't exercise. And so many people have it that they gave it a whole month - April is National Rosacea Awareness Month. [more]
Roller Derby in the makeup aisle
A slew of new applicators resemble tools for painting my living room, with rollers and brushes that smooth the liquid across your face without ever having to use your fingers. If blending is not your thing, here are the latest applicators.